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bprobin posted:
hey yall. does anyone on here that has problems staying alseep at night? it seem as though i only get maybe 4 to 5 hrs at nite. i go to sleep ok sometimes but have a hard time staying asleep. i wake up all tense. sometimes i go tp bed tense. if so, what do you take for sllep?
bpcookie responded:
Hey honey, I have a hard time falling asleep and a hard time staying asleep as well. I take Lunesta which puts me to sleep pretty fast but doesnt keep me asleep. Ive noticed if I take Lorazepam (for anxiety) that not only relaxes me and puts me to sleep, but it keeps me asleep. Perhaps you can try that. Good luck. muahs
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bprobin replied to bpcookie's response:
thanks cookie. what is lorazepam? i go to the doctor tomorrow afternoon. before i switched doctors a few month ago, i was on 3 10mgs of valum a day. this doctor took it away. now my nervers are still bad and i dont sleep good. he keeps trying me on different things but they dont work. i have begged him for my valum back. i guess we will see what happen on wed. i will let you know what he says. thanks cookie. hugs to you!
jaws86 replied to bprobin's response:
Lorazapam is a benzo in the same family as Valium. I have taken both and have found that Valium relaxed me more at your same dosage . The trade nam is Ativan which really didnt work for me. Hope that helps.

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